The Helmet and Tower

Location

  • the street outside is strangely empty and silent

Description

  • The inn is a single-storey, U-shaped stone building,
    with several leaded glass windows.

  • The inn is widely known for the generous size of its cups.
  • Everything in sight is moldy, tarnished, broken, or some combination of the three.
  • Other services include:
    • weapon sharpening
    • a masseuse
    • horse grooming
  • Hirelings available:
    • sailors
    • footman, light
  • Color scheme:
    Skobeloff Islamic Green Lavender Magenta

Staff

Innkeeper: Sharp Myron Sparrow

female passing as male high elf, who is very demanding and occasionally folksy, and who seems very lucky

Menu

  • frog stuffed with beef; goblet of mulled white wine; candied cactus fruits with marzipan
  • rabbit stuffed with sheep served with field greens tossed with crumbled cheese; hogshead of tea; pastries with beet sugar
  • baked wax beans and sheep served with bulghur wheat; cup of coffee

Rumors

  • A shape-changed dretch is gathering mentally controlled servitors.
  • Monstrous animals that clear the path for dawn, attacking anything that might compromise their task.
  • There an abandoned mine south of here. Rumor has it the miners hit a passage that they shouldn’t of have. They never returned. My good friend told me they stumbled upon a Goblin City.
  • A new inn is opening in town.
  • A merchant is looking for bodyguards for a journey through a dangerous tundra.

Patrons

The following people are currently in the common room:

  • overweight, thoughtful peddler of humming bulb arrows
  • quite scarred diplomat
  • A belligerent, violent shopkeep sells exquisite glass crafts.
  • A well respected, and wealthy ex-adventurer is trying to put his adventuring days behind him and live out the rest of his days in a luxurious mansion in the center of a peaceful town, but he is frequently visited by old enemies, or relatives of vanquished foes seeking vengeance and reparations from his actions a long, long time ago, putting the townsfolk in danger, and forcing him to repeatedly come out of retirement to defend himself.
  • a dark-skinned magus and an orkhaz bickering
  • a couple goblins arguing
  • a little drab, sensitive vendor of hoists

Valuables:

  • small wool bag holding 20 coins: elvish coin made of gold, worth about 13sp; the face shows a couatl, the obverse is completely blank
  • 58 freshly-minted copper coins, in piles
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